My name is Susanne Schuberth and I live in Fürth/Bavaria. I am 51 years old and a married mother who writes primarily about her deeper experiences with God and Jesus Christ. Sometimes I write poems, then articles, or alternatively, though rarely, comments on other blogs, just as the Holy Spirit leads me.
“The wind blows where it wishes, and you hear its sound, but you do not know where it comes from or where it goes. So it is with everyone who is born of the Spirit.” (Jn 3:8 ESV)
This Scripture describes my manner of writing which I never plan beforehand. I do all things as God inspires me and then I forget about them until He reminds me of having written several entries. This also means that there are times of dry inspirationlessness where the deeper sources of the spirit, which are unknown to me, are explored and enlarged by God. Therefore, if you want to read my blogs more often, you can be sure that you cannot be sure that I will publish on a regular basis. 😉
Furthermore, I am an outdoorswoman who engages in all manners of sports. Mainly, I go biking, walking and swimming as often as my time and my body allow. Since life can be hard at times, you will find one picture in the slideshow above where I neither laugh nor smile. Whether it is physical pain that can be tormenting or personal struggles in private life, there is a time to laugh and a time to weep, a time to mourn and a time to dance as the Book of Ecclesiastes says (Eccl 3:4-5 ESV).
(1) If you’re interested in my testimony, I wrote several blog posts on “My Testimony“, however, this one is the longest and the most fundamental. If you like, confer https://enteringthepromisedland.wordpress.com/2014/06/13/my-testimony/.
(2) For your interest, my other blog where I publish “My poems“ can be found here susanneschuberth.wordpress.com.
(3) Just in case you want to get some more “Personal Information About Me“ or read diverse other posts, you might also check out my Google+ Account, see https://plus.google.com/u/0/117402800056446018172/about or https://plus.google.com/u/0/117402800056446018172/posts.
All images © 2017 Susanne Schuberth.